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of the leaders. there was a lot more attention. >>host: to write about the salvation army what did they do? what is their role changing religious laws in america? >>guest: the salvation army which many people don't realize is an evangelical religious group it doesn't just ring the bell during the christmas season. the salvation army believed in the cathedral of the open air and would go into areas especially impoverished to make lots of noise with a brass band and symbols and have parades' with loud preaching to attract the herb been for back into religious life. this came up against the requirements of many cities any parade has a permit and the salvation army made it a practice not to apply for permits and to be arrested playing their instruments on their way into the of saul and challenging these and they won a lot and they lost a lot and destabilize the law of the state by challenging these restrictions. but they never made it to the supreme court of the united states because the states were still in power. >>host: when did the first major religious case come before the supreme court? >>gues
or salvation in isolation from each other, but as members of society. her later remark about there being no such thing as society has been misunderstood. and refers, in her mind, to some impersonal entity to which we attempted to surrender our independence. it is entirely right that in the dean's bidding there was a reference to the lifelong companionship she enjoyed with dennis. as we all know, the manner of her leaving office was traumatic, but the loss of dennis was a grievous blow, indeed. and then there was a struggle with increasing debility, which -- from which she has now been liberated. the natural cycle leads inevitably to decay. but the dominant note in any christian funeral service, after the sorrow and memories, is hope. it is almost as perplexing to identify the real me in life as it is in death. the atoms that make up our bodies are changing all the time, through wear and tear, eating and drinking. we are atomically distinct from what we were when we were young. what unites margaret roberts of gransam with baroness thatcher? what contstutes her identity? her memories, aspi
'd stay under salvation army on a program. last time she stayed in, i think, two weeks. this time she'll probably stay in three months. this is a court-ordered...? no, it isn't. it's not? no. she's doing it to clean up. she can't do it any other way. my mom will move in with me, and we're going to move to michigan, sell the house... sutton: you got high last night at 2:00 in the morning? about 2:00, yeah. so, he went to work, and you were high watching the kids. i know, i hate it. i don't want to be like this. that's why i'm going to the salvation army. it's not court-ordered but i want to get better. but i give u.a.'s three times a week and i came up dirty this last month. i kind of understand why. here's the situation-- as far as i'm concerned, i think you should go to jail. okay, i'll go. i mean, i need to. i don't want to use. he said i had to be at the salvation army between 8:00 and 10:00 in the morning. have you been arrested before? yeah, when i first got in the drug court program a year ago. what was the charge? u.i.c.s. 6-19, one for one, she previous'ed. are you going to
of humans and their salvation was the purpose of the universe. in 1543, the astronomer copernicus published his work on the revolutions of heavenly bodies. his revelation that the earth moved around the sun challenged people's perceptions of themselves. the title page of galileo's book on the solar system shows copernicus demonstrating to the revered ancient philosophers aristotle and ptolemy that their view had been wrong. the earth was one of many celestial bodies, all of which obeyed the same impartial laws. at the same time europeans learned of that revelation, the discovery of the americas and the exploration of the far east revealed that europe wasn't the center of the world. inhis time of spiritual crisis provoked by the explosion of knowledge, artists sought new ways of seeing and understanding. the out-thst left arm of the disciple startled and astonished its first viewers in 1600. it breaks into the space in which we stand. the naturalism of this painting of christ at emmaus by michelangelo merisi, known as caravaggio, was unprecedented. its intention is to convince us we're parti
on the religious divide in the port city of mombasa. >> the salvation army is a christian congregation, nestled in the heart of a predominantly muslim city. their faith had never been an issue, but that changed in august last year. >> woodruff: and we talk with the supreme court's first female justice, sandra day o'connor about the court's storied history as told in her new book: "out of order." >> i think people know very little, really, about the court: how it works, and its history. and both of those things are important in our country. >> brown: and we remember roger ebert. the pulitzer-prize winning film critic known for giving movies a simple thumbs up or down, who died today. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connts us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >
to explore the new tensions. >> reporter: saturday mornings, the salvation army church in mombasa kenya is alive with choir practice. musical director charles muthama leads the rehearsal. >> we are very proud of this church, we are proud of the band, it is the only band in the coast, in the coast region. >> reporter: the salvation army is a christian congregation, nestled in the heart of a predominantly muslim city. but salvation army church member mary ivusa says their faith had never been an issue. >> they are our neighbors here, most of these houses you see here they are muslims. we have been here for many years and we have never had problems with them. >> reporter: but that changed in august last year. hundreds of youths, angry over the suspicious death of their controversial muslim leader, took to the streets and attacked the salvation army church and several others in the city. five people were dead, dozens more injured, property was destroyed. >> i felt so bad. we had worked so hard. but in just a minute everything we had done had gone to ashes. band instruments were taken, some
the helmet of salvation and the sword and the spirit which is the word of god. praying always, all prayer and supplication in the spirit. and watching their unto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints. ch amanda now the anthem "hear my prayer, oh lord." by henry percil. this is taken from psalm 102. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> let not your heart be troubled. you believe in god, believe also in me. in my father's house are many mansions. if it were not so, i would've told you. i go to prepare a place for you. if i go and prepare a place for you, i wil again receive you unto myself. that where i am, there ye may be also. and whither i go, he knows, and the way he knows. thomas says unto him, we know not whether thou goest, and how can we know the way? jesus saith unto him, i am the way, the truth, and the light. no man cometh unto the father but by me. >> the anthem that follows is chosen by lady thatcher for the service at her husband's funeral, sir denis thatcher. "how lovely is thy dwelling place, lord of hosts." music byrahms, t worro psalm 84. ♪ how lovely
city of mombasa. >> the salvation army is a christian congregation, nestled in the heart of a predominantly muslim city. their faith had never been an issue, but that changed in august last year. >> woodruff: and we talk with the supreme court's first female justice, sandra day o'connor about the court's storied history as told in her new book: "out of order." >> i think people know very little, really, about the court: how it works, and its history. and both of those things are important in our country. >> brown: and we remember roger ebert. the pulitzer-prize winning film critic known for giving movies a simple thumbs up or down, who died today. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century.
is that going to do? that's not the salvation of your kids' education and future. that's a different argument. what we're doi is not working, guys. 60 million people are in poverty, lowest job creation, lowest job work force in 34 years, it's insane. and this path we're on is absolutely unsustainable and raising taxes on the rich. but you raise taxes and the deficit is exactly the same. >> jehmu? >> well, what we're doing is not working when it comes to paying attention to all of the deficit hawks, who have been making us cut spending when you should not be doing this. >> nobody-- >> and cut spending. >> yes, we've cut spending. >> brenda: the pace of spending perhaps, but-- >> and the worst part of the budget he continues to have to compromise with the republicans and-- >> compromise? there's been no budget in four years. what compromise? >> we need to spend, spend, spend. >> okay, so let's get back to tax hikes, what that does to the job? >> and we know empirically, by data, by the research there's a one-to-one correlation. take the taxes however you want it call it by definition it comes o
is addressing the salvation. china is providing a great deal of energy to north korea. china borders on north korea and opening its border would have a huge impact on north korea. if there is any nation in the . china helpsworld that can bringe leverage, have some leverage on north korea, and make them understand you cannot go threatening nuclear war in 2013, it is china. i hope very much china accepts its contractual responsibility and does everything that it can to bring north korea into the and stop of nations the behavior that we have seen in recent months. tavis: it never take this bierce -- you never take this behavior lightly. no matter how erratic and bizarre. >> the difficulty is when you are dealing with the nation that has nuclear weapons, if you are 99% sure that is bluster, you still get a little bit nervous because they have nuclear weapons. they have strong missile capability. because they are so isolated because their leadership is so far out of touch with the needs of their people, many of them, the winter epidemic of starvation -- and they went through an epidemic of starvat
the salvation army's harbor house south of market. without counseling and medical care from their va benefits, you know, ann, they are struggling to get by. >> and these stories are so difficult to hear. i understand since you profiled the combat veteran, flowers, she has gotten special attention? >> yes. she is the woman we saw at the beginning in tears. she has been evicted all of her stuff is still locked in her apartment. and then, you know, she is still waiting to get her va benefits. [bad audio ] >> we are following up and we are going to thold their feet to the fire to make sure she gets her benefits, quickly. hopefully quickly. >> all right, we need to know this is going on, appreciate your report. >>> roberta gonzalez is here we will be turning on our ac? >> it is only going to get warmer. after a dip warmer weather w. that comes a lot of other problems, poor air quality by midweek and the potential for high fire danger. good evening, everybody. stepping outdoors right now, what you are looking at, yes, dark conditions but very clear skies. and, some balmy temperatures just shy of 70
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at a nearby salvation army but decided to take a detour to the roof of this warehouse. >>> a terrifying experience at scotts dale municipal airport. air 15 caught this video. this plane is coming in for a landing. if you notice, the landing gear is not down. piloting this plane is gaylin flynn. he's trying to come down with as much control as possible. >> and keep it as flat as possible. >> you are at the mercy of winds, cross winds, anything could make the plane less than level. here he comes closer and closer to the runway. watch this landing. he didn't even ding the prop, it looks like. >> this looks like a training video like if your landing gear doesn't land, this is what you do. >> gaylin flynn gets out of the airplane and walks across the wing and turns around and looks at the airport. we have gaylin flynn via skype from scottsdale, arizona to tell us about this. welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> walk us through what happened. >> attempted to land and lower the landing gear. it didn't want to go down. i had 45 minutes of fuel left. i said i want to go back and land. i made a
extremity that was beyond salvation. we just completed what the bomb had done. >> reporter: while the investigation continues, dozens of the injured remain hospitalized and those killed are being honored. about 1,000 people gathered in dorchester, massachusetts, to remember 8-year-old martin richard. he was the youngest victim. >> i have a 8-year-old son myself who was out there that day right before it happened, and i sympathize for the parents that are going through such a situation. >> reporter: 29-year-old krystle cambell was also killed. her mother is still in shock. >> you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this happened. >> reporter: the third person killed was a boston university grad student. president obama arrives here tomorrow morning. these type of pressure cookers bombs are popular with terrorists in pakistan, afghanistan and india and used in the attempted bombing in times square in 2010. susan mcginnis, back to you. >> we know it's going to take a long time to go through all the video and those thousands of photos that people sent in. the fbi says
to salvation, if you think $85 billion worth of bond buying a month is sustainable, then, don't worry about it. neil: keep a bandaid on a gaping wound, right? even that is debatable. neil: can i ask you? when did you get this religion? when you came to john ronald reagan as his budget direor, after, a storied career as very young up-and-coming congressman, when did you just say, wait a minute, this isn't adding up? >> well, when the numbers started not to add up. neil: when you presented that to ronald reagan, what did he say? >> well i mean i laid that out in my first book. he just didn't want to believe it. he thought quickly it would get better when the recovery came the recovery came. the deficit was still 200 billion. neil: but the boom more than offset the concerns about the deficit? >> no, it didn't. neil: that was the argument. >> that was the argument at the time but it led to very terrible legacy that deficits don't matter. cheney actually said it explicitly. the republican rank-and-file adopted it. i don't know if they really believed it but it was convenient. neil: what is worse, t
salvation, and on the other hand, those who emphasize rying to build the kingdom on earth now. where are you on this? on both sides? >> i'm an evangelical. it means i want to take what the bible says seriously. if you look at the early chapters of matthew. you see a kingdom breaking in that's supposed to change the world and us with it. in the book i've got a long conversation about your question. it's the kind of jesus we believe in. will determine the kind of christians we're going to be. so i'm critical of what i call the atonement only gospel. where there's no kingdom. there's no teaching, there's no change of anything but ourselves, that's not what the scriptures teach. but that's certainly in the church i grew up in. so a balance that changes individuals, i want to be changed in my life. but also we're supposed to change the world. jesus came and changed the world and us with it. >> jim, along those lines, in your book you do talk a lot about the common good is served, not just through policies and politics, but also an individual decisions people make in their families, their lives, h
will work here at kitchen buzz fill in gaps in places like salvation army kitchen on harrison street. >> this kitchen can produce up to 30,000 meals in a 24 hour period. >> the program is just the first step in this program to enlist and train some of the students who attend city college as first responders, francis is with the city office of emergency management and says they're studying how best to use the kitchens and students. >> we're interested. you know, we have a number of facilities we work with. >> the college is working with the city to become a neighborhood emergency response team and are planning to use nursing students and law enforcement students to help police and firefighters. >> the bread, soup and water. the college plans to make a formal announcement and hopes to have most of it up and running by this time, next year. >> thank you. >> that is in the event of an earthquake here. >> a strong earthquake in japan today, where it hit, what it did, coming up. >> first, the gun show this weekend at the cow palace, how much did events contribute? >> and guess, what this m
way that they're going to find salvation is if they give you money. there's nothing wrong with returning the fruits of ones good fortune to the source from which it comes. for it is written that charity-- they can't afford it. they can't afford it and neither can we. you are playing on the worst fears of people. can't you see that? it's extortion. and i don't want my family to have any part of it. well, you've certainly made your position clear. and do you accept it? i would say there is room for agreement, depending... depending on what? on your response to my-- oh, call it a counter proposal. what do you mean? as a man of god, i've been given a gift of vision. i see the beauty of the lord as it is expressed in his word. i see it as it is expressed in all his creation. i see it expressed in all his people. i see his beauty in all mankind and womankind too. but captivated as i am by the beauty of the spirit, i am not blind to the beauty of the form as well. the form? now, ellie, you are a very attractive woman. and while i hold your husband in the highest regard, i have st
of facing those issues, it's like a rebirth. >> it's all about redemption, salvation and helping yourself to heal. >> reporter: christine portrays herself as a decaying tree, covered with anxiety. she finally finds clarify and warmth in her fragile recovery. today, she's a tree of hope. >> repression is the enemy. and expression is the cure. >> reporter: richard and christine's photos give ramon hope, that once the class is over, he too will picture his own healing, one image at a time. >> and you can see more photographic works from these vets at kpix.com. >>> this story may be a little hard too believe. a man so good-looking, it may just be illegal. it is believed omar borkan al gala was one of three men deported from saudi arabia for being too handsome. religious police in the very conservative country reportedly stormed a cultural festival and evicted omar borkan al gala and two others. according to a local newspaper, the men are considered so gorgeous, that police feared female visitors would tear off their clothes and swoon at their feet. these photos are from his facebook page. he
in their lower extremities that it was just beyond salvation. we just completed what the bomb had done. >> reporter: while the investigation continues, victims are being remembered through makeshift memorials like this one through the marathon cows and through candlelight vigils. about a thousand people gathered in dorchester, massachusetts, to remember 8-year-old martin richard. he was the youngest victim. >> i have an 8-year-old son myself who was out there that day right before it happened. i sympathize for the parents that are going through sch a situation. >> reporter: 29-year-old krystle campbell was also killed. her mother is still in shock. >> i can't believe this has happened. >> reporter: the third person killed was a boston university grad student. and president obama will come here tomorrow. he'll speak at an interfaith service dedicated to those killed and injured. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in boston. thank you, susan. >>> well, earlier i spoke with cnn correspondent john miller. he's also a former assistant fbi director and he says the bombs were simple but deadly. >>
salvation. we just completed what the bomb had done. >> reporter: while the investigation continues, victims are being remembered through makeshift memorials like this one near the marathon course and through candlelight vigils. about 1,000 people gathered in dorchester, massachusetts, to remember 8-year-old martin richard. he was the youngest victim. >> i have a 8-year-old son myself who was out there that day right before it happened. and i sympathize with the parents that are going through such a situation. >> reporter: 29-year-old krystle cambell was also killed. her mother is still in shock. >> you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this happened. >> reporter: the third person killed was a boston university grad student. susan mcginnis, cbs news. boston. >> this is our first look at what one of the bombs might have look like before it went off. viewer photos sent into whdh tv in boston show a bag next to a mailbox in front of a crowd. after the explosion that bag is gone. >>> a boy from the east bay continues to improve in a boston hospital. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec
salvation of a party in trouble. they're talking out of one side of their math to grassroots conservatives and people of all political persuasions who believe that it is the government's constitutional mandated role to secure the border. these people are treating it as if it's some sort of person april fool's joke and has been since the day eye of amnesty under reagan. the promise of security borders in response for continuing rolling amnesty. >> is it a rush? there has been talk of the legislation for at least months now. and there has been this form of amnesty since before the election last year. so is it really accurate to say they are rushing to get something done when things have been on the boil for a couple of months now. >> well, i'll tell you what. the stampede is this post election pandering by the republican establishment. but you're right. it is more of a complicated question because in my view -- i've been reporting on these issues for more than two decades now -- the republicans have moved too closely and dragged their feet in the same way that open boreds democrats have on t
that he said something entirely different. he made acura salvations that he didn't back up. it's just -- i have just never heard that from the pulpit. >> bret: last thing, evangelicals, social conservatives overall make up a big population, more than 20 million. will they factor in significantly in this next election? >> they will and they should. people are talking as if the split between libertarian, social conservatives is something new. it's been around since reagan. i think the way that you would finesse it is you show each other respect. not only about abortion and gay rights, it's been euthanasia and drug abuse and all kinds of things about a culture of life where, you know, people aren't all on one side. aren't all shifting one way. the way to finesse it as attitudes evolve is with federalism. it's a way to say i respect you. i respect the tradition in your community. our country allows it. it has experiments. oregon has assisted suicide. i hate it but i think it's the way it ought to go. people ought to see what happens. and that's where i think we can all agree on that as things
selling you themselves. rapture talk has nothing to do with salvation but conversion. i think the same people who think chuck norris is a great actor believes believes obama is an antichrist. it will be jesus coming back who is a homeless black guy who speaks zero english. cheer up, the rapture may be a racket but it's not the end of the world. i want to thank my panel frank conniff. >> check out my podcast. >> and elayne boosler. >> talents of joy. buy
is the salvation of 90% of republicans and 10% of democrats who voted against this legislation. are they counting on no attention span of the american people? >> what they're worried about is primary votes of republicans getting challenged by someone who is farther on the right on the gun issue, and red state democrats are trying to stay on the right side of the nra because the nra has a very long memory and they'll go after people a decade later we saw that request richard doing lugar who was primaried by richard mourdock in the lack go round. but because of the lugar's stand on the assault ban back in 1994. this is the reality that politicians have to live with. so far for all of bloomberg's money we haven't seen a group step up as a real counterweight politically and financially by the nra. it will be interesting to see what happens to landreu who tack a vote in favor of these background checks and has a big target on her chest because of it. >> john: you're talking about things that happened a decade ago. wayne lapierre was for background checks in the 90s. do you feel that the democrats and
are to be expected. almost all of them had such severe trauma in their lower extremity, it was beyond salvation, i would consider almost automatic amputees who just completed what the bomb had done. >> doctors held a press conference at tufts university where nbc's kerry sanders joins us now, what's the latest from your end? >> well i think we can tell you about one particular story that sort of describes the ordeal that so many patients are having to deal with. these are victims. let me tell you about lee anne and her husband, nick yahne. they were here to participate in cheering on a friend, they were right there at the finish line. when the bomb exploded, that first one, it sent shrapnel in a 360 degrees, and one of the ball bearings came out and hit lee anne in the left leg. it went through her leg, broke her femur and caused the open wound to begin bleeding out. right as she was laying there on the ground. her husband, nick, was nearby. but the concussion of the explosion caused him to momentarily go deaf. so he said it was sort of silent as he was looking around for his wife. as she was layi
of this event everyone was turning over to authorities and that would be our salvation. or provisionally was. here i was staring at what the dark underbelly looks like. the images are not only possessed by police but also property of people sharing them and why this kid who was watching twatc watching the marathon had to clear his name with the authorities. it's not lost by the fbi as they try to find the actual perpetrators. the fbi's special agent in charge made a point to address the issue at tonight's news conference as soon as he had released the official photos. >> for clarity, these images should be the only ones, i emphasize the only ones the public should view to assist us. other photos should not divert the public's attention to do vital work for resources. >> those photos are the only photos of the men actually suspected of the bombing. what does it mean about privacy of the public and media that scores of other people have been circulating around the internet and gracing the front page of the "new york post" in connection with the boston marathon bombing. joining me, director of
the state to take care of our entire understanding of what it means for human salvation and the human good. so when you are going to see i think is something like ancient rome alternately but you don't have to be that exotic and say just go to europe in the netherlands. >> host: what are the specific things are you talking about policies? increasingly you will be pushi the boundaries regarding euthanasia because they are already done more over there. we begin with a a formation of abortion but it's run on and infanticide in the realm of abortion on the same spectrum. so infanticide will become increasingly common for increasingly trivial reasons just as abortion did and will be imposed by the state as you can imagine another mandate coming that says all christian institutions will pay for an event with a local the procedure, it will amount to infanticide. i know this because i think it is in washington state they recently had a decision to pass a law i would have to check again the mandate of all institutions in the state have to pay for abortion not just fashion's but actual abortions wha
salvation to the 405. >> we can get a rocket to orbit in under ten minutes. whereadds driving a ten-plil stretch on the 405 can take over an hour. >> reporter: the 15-mile commute there his home to work takes an hour on average. >> it's just soul-destroying. >> reporter: construction, now $100 million overbudget is not scheduled to be completed until next year. >> it's not possible to close down the 405 and expedite the work. >> reporter: look how slowly cars are moving in both directions. musk says this is exactly what he finds so frustrating every day. >> if you're going to close something down, it should be worked on top speed. >> reporter: he's willing to shell out millions more to hire additional construction workers if it means making this all go away. has this made you think about a car that flies? so you can fly over traffic? >> you can make a flying car today. it's not technically difficult. >> reporter: at this rate, building the flying car may be a quicker fix. for "good morning america," akiko fujita, abc news, los angeles. >> sounds like a good way for that guy to run o
entire understanding of what it means for human salvation, human good. so what you're going to see is, i think, something like ancient rome, ultimately, but you don't have to be that exotic and say, just go to your. the more secularized you get, what you get? what you have is in, say, the netherlands. >> host: what are some of the specific things? are you talking a policies? >> guest: let's look at something we haven't looked at. increasingly, you will be pushing the boundaries in regard to euthanasia and in regard to infanticide but because they are already done more over there. we begin with a firming abortion, but abortion is on a continuum that runs into infanticide in ancient rome abortion and infanticide were on the same spectrum. so infanticide will become increasingly common for increasingly trivial, just as abortion the. and it will be protected by the state, and it will be imposed by the state. that is, you can imagine another mandate coming through the hhs that says all christian institutions will pay for, and i don't know what they will call the procedure, what it will amount
issue of facing the issues, it is like a rebirth. >> all that redemption, salvation and helping yourself to heal. >> reporter: christine holmes says photography gives her a voice 30 years after an army sergeant raped her in basic training. in her photo essay she portrays herself with a decaying tree and now she is finally in recovery, today she is a tree of hope. >> repression is the enemy but compression is the cure. -- expression is the cure. >> reporter: and once this class is over ramon hopes to also picture his own healing, one image at a time. >> if you want to check out the photographic works from the veteran, we have them for you on our website on s sanfrancisco.cbslocal.co m. >>> all right, it is going to be a lovely day for warm weather around the bay. a lot of boats out there today. >> yes. a lot of boats out on had bay and a beautiful day for it. half-moon bay will have an event of their own if you are thinking of how to spend your sunday. not a bad idea with the vintage aircraft festivals. a lot of neat things happening between 10:00 and 4:00. that should be fun.
is used to cooking for a large group. he's executive chef of the salvation army. his students today from the culinary art school. he is teaching them the recipe for disaster. >> we have chicken, enough chicken and dried goods to produce to get the ball rolling. up and running full speed 24 hours a day we could probably produce 30,000 meals a day. >> working on the first of its kind agreement to en list students and volunteers to cook up meals for area refugees prepared in one of 4 city college kitchens. >> we know our recovery is going to come from our community and that's how we're going to bounce back and we're lucky to have partners. >> instead of coming to the experts and saying tell me what to do, give me some guidance so i can go back and impression integrated it into our curriculum. >> lentil soup for 40,000? >> how good can that be? >> it is really flavorful. >> with luck, you will never have to taste it. >> we try to teach good -- >>> tomorrow marks the 107th anniversary of the 1906 san francisco earthquake and fire. >>> could have what are called super bugs. coming up tonight w
're suffering cell phone fatigue, we're suffering salvation, you know, it is about time someone else pick up the reins, it was motorola, then nokia, then apple, and samsung, facebook has hundreds of billions satisfy customers. i think they will do a badg banp job. charles: gary? >> i think this is goofiest thing, i can understand motorola and samsung, they are hardware. i can see apple on tv, but this is like bloomingdale's coming out where an iphone, facebook is a social media network. what do they know about making hardware, people who say i'm going to buy a facebook phone, i say good luck. charles: a lot more persuasive than anything you have said. >> let stock market persuade you, at its heart, facebook and an advertising story. a quarter past where a lot of media and advertise sensitive stocks have done well. i think from an investor perspective, i would bet on tomorrow's potenal new leader could like facebook rather than apple. charles: what do they do to, have someone else make it and put a facebook logo on it. >> they will mic maximize their efficiency, this is a company, that a doze
of this incident and i can tell you the salvation army and red cross, everyday citizens are doing all they can to help them which is in great need. >> i'm very familiar with west. it's near where i'm from and we pass there often. i'm curious. did you ever hear from residents there regarding the proximity of this fertilizer plant with the school and the homes and the impact alone of this explosion. 2.1 felt through dallas. miles away. was there ever a concern from people in your district about the proximity, the closeness of this plant to homes and school? >> no. i have the same feelings that our local community did and that is that i've driven by that plant scores of times and i hate to say it, but i never gave it a second thought and i don't think the bulk of the citizens did eith either. so this is a wakeup call for this community and for similar areas around the country as well. >> congressman flores, thank you for your time and from people in your district as well. thank you. >>> now to the latest on the boston marathon bombings. about 2,000 gathered at the cathedral for holy cross where p
salvation and it provisionally was but here i was stare agent the under belly of what the circumstance looks like. the images are not just possessed by the police but the property of the public at sharing them, uploading and consuming this which is why this high school kid that wanted to watch the marathon had to make his facebook time line private and go to the authorities to clear his name as a potential bombing suspect thp week. the consequences of this internet sleuthing bad journalism feedback are not lost to the fbi as they tried to find the perpetrators. they made a point to address the issue at the news conference as soon as he released the official photos. >> for clarity, these images should be the only ones, i emphasize the only ones the public should view to assist us. other photos should not be deemed credible and unnecessarily divert the public's attention in the wrong direction and create undue work for vital law enforcement resources. >> those photos are only photos of the men suspected of involvement in monday's bombing. what does it mean about pricey and the role of the publ
want the state to take care of. that's our focus of our entire understanding of human salvation and the human good. so what you're going to see is i think something like ancient rome ultimately, but you don't have to be that exotic. just go to europe. the more secularized you get, you get what you have in the netherlands. >> host: what are those specific things? are you talking about policies -- >> guest: let's look at things we haven't looked at. increasingly, you will be pushing the boundaries in regard to euthanizia and in regard to infanticide because they've already done more over there. abortion, b abon io on a continuum that runs into infanticide in ancient roman abortion and infannedicide where the same spectrum so infanticide will become common for trivial ropes just as abortion did and will be protected by the state and imposed by the state, that is, you can imagine another mandate coming through the hhs that says, christian institutions will pay for dish don't know what they'll call the procedure but amounts to infanicide. i know this because i think this is in washin
's chris horner from the competitive enterprise institute... >> ...economic salvation. this is our way out. >> hockenberry: and james taylor, senior fellow at the heartland institute, organizer of this gathering. >> the debate indeed is over. in the years prior to 2007, the 2008 elections, we actually heard from many folks that we should tone it down on global warming, we should not talk about the issue, because the court of public opinion had already decided and we were on the losing end. but we believe that if we present the case to the american people and it resonates, if they get it, then that's going to work its way up the political stepladder. >> hockenberry: you've really changed the game on global warming. >> oh, i certainly hope so. >> hockenberry: these political messengers rely on a small group of outspoken scientific contrarians, like climatologist pat michaels of the libertarian cato institute. >> every paragraph can be contended. >> hockenberry: willie soon is an astrophysicist who studies the sun and stars. >> ...a mechanism to transport anything from the tropics to the arct
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